Known as the Mackay Mansion, this 1860s era home was actually built for the superintendent of the Gould and Curry Mine. John Mackay later bought the mine and the building, and may have lived in the mansion for a short time. After entering the building’s office, click the hotspots to explore the front parlor, the bedroom where mining baron James Fair may have slept, and the bathroom where the elegant 1861 water closet is claimed to be the first flushing toilet in Nevada.

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